Lake Hamilton

Lake Hamilton may refer to:

in the United States

  • Lake Hamilton and Lake Catherine, a pair of lakes in Arkansas
  • Lake Hamilton, Arkansas, a community on Lake Hamilton
  • Lake Hamilton, Florida, a town

in New Zealand

  • Lake Rotoroa, Waikato (or "Hamilton Lake"), in Hamilton

in Canada

  • Hamilton Lake (Nova Scotia)

Other articles related to "lake hamilton, lake, lakes":

Arkansas Activities Association - State Championships - Spring Sports - List of Arkansas State High School Softball Champions
... Fast Pitch 2012 – Bryant, Lake Hamilton, White Hall, Nashville, Mansfield, Junction City, Taylor 2011 – Bryant, Searcy, Wynne, Farmington, Atkins, Foreman, Nemo ...
Arkansas Activities Association - State Championships - Fall Sports - List of Arkansas State High School Boys Cross Country Champions
... Russellville, LR Christian, Heber Springs, Elkins, Caddo Hills 2009 – Bentonville, Lake Hamilton, Siloam Springs, Shiloh Christian, Elkins, Crowley’s ...
Lake Hamilton High School - Extracurricular Activities
... Lake Hamilton junior and senior high school students are involved in a variety of extracurricular activities, including MathCounts, Governor's Quiz Bowl- Coach Sandy Matthews ... The Lake Hamilton Band Program is award-winning on a consistent basis ... The Lake Hamilton FFA Chapter has a very strong tradition ...
Lake Hamilton And Lake Catherine - Lake Hamilton
... Lake Hamilton is a 7,200-acre (2,900 ha) reservoir near Lake Hamilton, Arkansas and Hot Springs, Arkansas ... Along with Lake Catherine and Lake Ouachita, it is one of the lakes that helps make Hot Springs a boon for tourism ... The lake was created in 1932, mainly to generate hydroelectricity, but now it also serves as a recreational getaway ...

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